|non port: head/sysutils/ganglia-monitor-core/pkg-plist
Number of commits found: 16
Tue, 21 Jan 2014
[ 23:40 bapt ] |
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Fix properties on pkg-plist
Wed, 19 Jun 2013
[ 14:46 miwi ] |
- Don't remove directories not created by this port
Reported by: pkg (DEVELOPER_MODE)
Wed, 12 Jun 2013
[ 13:59 skreuzer ] |
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Update to 3.4.0
Submitted by: skreuzer@
Approved by: brooks@
Fri, 20 May 2011
[ 00:47 brooks ] |
Upgrade to ganglia 6.1.7.
Drop support for early version of 6.x in the rc script support.
Thu, 12 Feb 2009
[ 20:24 brooks ] |
Actually remove port created directories and symlinks.
Point hat to: brooks
Reported by: QAT
[ 18:11 brooks ] |
Actually build a proper package with a valid plist, set the default
config file locations correctly, and run as the ganglia user instead of
nobody by default.
Reported by: QAT, pointyhat via pav 
Pointy hat to: brooks
Fri, 30 Jan 2009
[ 03:56 brooks ] |
Upgrade Ganglia to 3.1.1 plus a fix for CVE-2009-0241.
PR: ports/129822, ports/131067
Submitted by: Mark Foster <mark at foster dot cc> (vuxml)
Sun, 22 Jan 2006
[ 02:52 edwin ] |
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Replace ugly "@unexec rmdir %D... 2>/dev/null || true" with @dirrmtry
Approved by: krion@
PR: ports/88711 (related)
Wed, 27 Apr 2005
[ 17:52 brooks ] |
Add a new utility script, gmetasnap which manages tarball snapshots of
the gmetad rrd databases. Add support for ganglia.sh for saving and
restoring these snapshots at shutdown and startup respectivly. This
makes it easier to use a ramdisk for rrddir which is necessicary for
large clusters as the load of updating the databases rapidly consumes
all available CPU.
Fri, 15 Apr 2005
[ 21:19 brooks ] |
Upgrade to 3.0.1. This includes some fixes plus all the changes I
previously patched into the FreeBSD metrics.
Try to use cpufreq to get the frequency (maximum frequency not the
Add code to selectivly install libganglia and don't install it by
default as ganglia is linked staticly and no one I know of actually uses
Add some Makefile features to the port to allow generation of custom
pacakges with custom config files.
Fri, 4 Mar 2005
[ 21:14 brooks ] |
Correct a number of issues with the previous commit:
- Patch a number of bugs in the metric code that caused gmond to be
unstable, particularly on 4.x. These will be in the next ganglia
- Use CFLAGS instead of CPPFLAGS to pass the include arguments. This
appears to fix the bug where an installed, obsolete ganglia.h would
break the build.
- Do a better job of respecting CFLAGS and LDFLAGS.
- Drop USE_LIBTOOL_VER. It appears to break sparc64.
- Fix a warning caused by an @unexec in the plist when gmetad.conf
has been modified.
The port revision has been bumped. All users of 3.0.0 should upgrade.
Tue, 1 Mar 2005
[ 23:04 brooks ] |
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Upgrade ganglia to 3.0.0.
3.0.0 mostly consists of a more flexable portable gmond which requires a
new config file format. Information about changes in this release can
be found on the website at:
and in ports/UPDATING.
Sat, 8 Nov 2003
[ 16:15 krion ] |
- Update to version 2.5.5 
* integrates a number of FreeBSD enhancements
and fixes a DoS bug
- Respect PTHREAD_LIBS and PTHREAD_CFLAGS 
Submitted by: brooks , krion 
Tue, 4 Nov 2003
[ 20:38 linimon ] |
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Update to Ganglia Monitor Core 2.5.4, plus enhancements bringing
FreeBSD support up to the level of Linux support. PR: ports/58657
Sat, 7 Jun 2003
[ 12:59 naddy ] |
Update upgrades the sysutils/ganglia-monitor-core port to Ganglia 2.5.3
(minor bugfixes), moves the include files to a ganglia subdirectory to
unbreak XFree86-4-clients, and fixes a bug which caused gmond to dump
core when started at boot.
Submitted by: brooks
Sun, 2 Mar 2003
[ 00:24 kris ] |
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Add ganglia-monitor-core 2.5.2.
Ganglia provides a complete real-time monitoring and execution
environment that is in use by hundreds of universities, private and
government laboratories and commercial cluster implementors around the
world. Whether you want to monitor hundreds of computers in real-time
across a university campus or around the world, ganglia is for you.
Submitted by: Brooks Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Number of commits found: 16